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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories compiled by the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
As lava continued to flow from a fissure in Lanipuna Gardens late Monday, officials were considering contingencies if the lavacuts off a major highway.
As the dolphins’ tails hit the water, the keiki started to jump, splashing along with the playful creatures. With smiles from ear to ear and exclamations of glee and awe, the 18 preschoolers from Kua O Ka La Public Charter School in Puna got up close and personal with the coastal bottlenose dolphins atDolphin Quest at Hilton Waikoloa Village.
A complete rewrite of the procedures that agencies and developers use for environmental assessmentsand environmental impact statements is the subject of public hearings later this month in Hilo and Kona.
— Drivers With No Tickets In 3 Years Are In For A Big Surprise
Group admits to removing lava rock from reserve
During the week of May 7-13, Hawaii Island police arrested 28 motorists for DUI. Two of the drivers were involved in a traffic accident. One was younger than 21.
Police are reminding Big Island motorists that the national “Click It or Ticket ” campaign is from now until June 4.
In a forum Friday at University of Hawaii at Hilo, UH President David Lassner addressed the school’s ongoingchancellor search and declining enrollment, among other topics.
A Hawaii Police Department officer and an FBI special agent achieved their goal, and then some, when they trekked on foot from theKona police station to the Hilo police station over the Saddle Road to attend a Monday ceremony to celebrate the start of Police Week.
The cruise ship MS Pride of America will not make any stops on the Big Island this week due to “adverse conditions” on the island.
Police have identified a man who died Sunday morning after rolling a pickup truck on Highway 11 near the 41.5-mile marker in Kapapala, Kaʻu as 28-year-old Brayden T. Martin of Hilo.